Madeira’s Carnival is a special festivity celebrated all over the Island.
Madeira’s Carnival 2016 starts on the 30th January and finishes on the 9th
Madeiran açorda is a tipical madeiran dish, it is made of hard bread. It´s a kind of soup which is eaten hot most common in the winter.
200 gr. of bread
1 branch of savory
Brake the hardened bread and corn into squares.
Lie down in a terrine.
Pour olive oil
The water boil with the spices – garlic, savory, chilli and salt.
Poach the egs one by one in the boil water.
Lie down everything inside the terrine. Close with a cloth to concenrate the flavors.
In the Madeira Island Carnival season, “dreams and malassadas” are traditionally eaten with sugar cane honey or with sugar. In Madeira, there can